Ravatherm App shines a spotlight on thermal insulation with quick and easy access to product information, technical data and U-value calculations.
Ravago Building Solutions, one of Europe’s largest extruded polystyrene insulation (XPS) manufacturers, has launched Ravatherm App, a new free digital tool for architects, specifiers and members of the construction industry.
The app provides quick and easy access to product information about Ravatherm XPS X, the company’s market leading range of thermal insulation.
App users can also find essential technical data, gain an understanding of how to place and receive product orders, and perform initial U-value calculations for inverted flat roof and flooring applications.
Chris Gimson, Commercial Director, UK and Ireland, Ravago Building Solutions, said: “We have been exploring launching an app for a long time, speaking with customers to ensure that Ravatherm App would feature the information and tools they need. This follows our decision last year to invest in a new packaging line to make it easier to receive, offload and unpack our products. We are continually looking for new ways to support our customers and are keen to learn how we can improve Ravatherm App to make it a must-have tool for everyone in the construction sector.
“Ravatherm XPS X is already the first choice for architects and specifiers looking to deliver the most environmentally-sound buildings, while at the same time pushing design boundaries. Ravatherm App makes it easier than ever to specify our market leading Ravatherm XPS X products.”
Ravatherm App is designed to work on a wide range of modern computers
and mobile devices, and can be accessed at: https://ravathermapp.com. Users on compatible Apple and Android devices will
be prompted to install the application to enable offline use.
Ravago itself originated in Belgium in 1961 and is headquartered in Luxembourg. It sells over 5.5m tonnes of materials annually and has 30 manufacturing facilities around the world, with production facilities in Belgium, Greece, Turkey and Russia, and recycling and compounding plants in North America and Europe. It employs 7,000 people.